Adhesive labels are a polyvalent, adaptable and efficient solution for all types of marking.
Polyvalent thanks to the wide range of materials available, adaptable through the wide variety of sizes and customised shapes and efficient thanks to the technical nature of the adhesives and materials.
Resistant to aggressive environments
They are resistant to extreme temperatures, chemicals, humidity, abrasion, etc...
They can be :
- Made from a wide range of adhesive materials
- A wide range of sizes (minimum 3mm x 3 mm),
- Standard shape (round, triangular, square, rectangular...) or completely free.
They allow the marking of, for example, electronic boards and components, printed circuits,
electrical cabinets and boxes, cables, connectors, patch panels, etc...
Can be printed by thermal transfer
They can be printed by thermal transfer and can be delivered :
- Blank, to be printed by you,
- Pre-printed according to your plans and data: QR Code, pictogram, bar codes, serial
number, security label...
They are available in different adhesive materials: polyesters, vinyls, polyimides, papers,
security labels, other synthetics.
Polyester labels with a permanent adhesive are used for the identification of technical products requiring very good resistance to solvents and high temperatures.
Vinyl labels have great flexibility and conformability. They are therefore used for marking products with large bending radius (cables for example). They are also ideal for outdoor applications requiring good resistance over time to water, UV and climatic hazards.
Polyimide labels are used for marking printed circuits and electronic components exposed to wave soldering. They offer excellent resistance to extreme temperatures and associated cleaning agents.
Security labels are also known as anti-fraud or ultra-destructible or "VOID" labels. Once fixed to a surface they are non-transferable and will reveal any attempt to break in or tear off.
Other synthetics can be used depending on the customer's need and application. Examples include polyethylene, polypropylene (a green alternative to vinyl), silk acetate, acrylates, polyolefins, polyvinylfluorides and double-layered materials for laser engraving.
Paper labels are used in low-demand environments and on a wide variety of flat and curved substrates, on packaging materials such as cardboard, plastic film and plastic containers.